Mohamed Salah, the Egyptian international, is being watched with great interest by Saudi Arabia. Although he stayed at Anfield this summer, huge offers are expected to arrive again this winter and next summer, and there is a possibility that the Egyptian King may leave Liverpool.
In case of a contingency, Liverpool has picked up a right winger who could replace him, and England international Jarrod Bowen, who is under contract with West Ham until 2025, was rumored to be a top target.
However, the 26-year-old winger may prove difficult to acquire. According to Fabrizio Romano, an Italian journalist, the player has agreed a long-term contract with West Ham and hopes to stay involved in the North London project.
🚨⚒️ EXCLUSIVE: Jarrod Bowen agrees new long term deal at West Ham. It’s all done, one more excellent news for the #WHUFC winger after England NT call.— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) October 7, 2023
Bowen wanted to stay as key part of the project. Jarrod said yes to final proposal. pic.twitter.com/x7jCkdiGki
However, signing a new contract does not mean that the transfer will cease next summer. Ecuadorian midfielder Moises Caicedo, who moved to Chelsea this summer, also agreed to renew his contract in March 2023, but that did not stop the transfer he had volunteered for.
The England winger is not the only one Liverpool is interested in. Even if Bowen’s options are now closed, other promising wingers will emerge.
So, will the future of the former Hull City winger continue to lie in London…?